Donnie Harold Harris

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Donnie Harold Harris
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Candidate for
Governor of Indiana
PartyPublic Party of Indiana
ProfessionFormer business owner
Personal website
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Donnie Harold Harris is affiliated with the Public Party of Indiana and was a write-in candidate for Governor of Indiana in the 2012 elections. His running mate was George Fish.[1]


Harris, born on August 1, 1953[2], attended 21 different grade schools in Indianapolis and lived in the former Children's Guardian Home on the east side of Indianapolis on several occasions. He graduated from Emmerich Manual High School, served in the U.S. Army as an infantryman and has attended several other universities and schools studying everything from law and philosophy to communications and scientology. He currently runs a 45-year-old remodeling company.[3]



See also: Indiana gubernatorial and lieutenant gubernatorial election, 2012

Harris was a write-in candidate for Governor of Indiana and ran with George Fish in the general election on November 6, 2012.[1]

Governor/Lieutenant Governor of Indiana General Election, 2012
Party Candidate Vote % Votes
     Democratic John Gregg / Vi Simpson 46.6% 1,200,016
     Republican Green check mark transparent.pngMike Pence / Sue Ellspermann 49.5% 1,275,424
     Libertarian Rupert Boneham / Brad Klopfenstein 4% 101,868
     Independent Donnie Harold Harris / George Fish 0% 21
Total Votes 2,577,329
Election Results via Indiana Secretary of State.


In a biography submitted to Ballotpedia, Harris described his political philosophy:

Citizenry (sic) is not something bestowed upon at a certain age but come at first breath. In today's world the climate is to someway mark you before this age arrives at 18. Low level education discrimination dividing by race and ethic back grounds, crime drugs or War/military. All this is upon you before you turn 18. By the time you do go vote you can no long protect yourself (sic). A citizenry is not naturally in a single party. But an overall system. I allow you to eat hog nuts if you want. A fairness system. Not rigged like a Stinging switch. I believe in you and want that belief in you.[3]

He further notes "We have just one small chance to make it to the promised world. One with out Pain crime Insanity or and need of War. Where the depth of one reach or scope of her vision of is focused and intensified in a Moving forward world."[3]


Harris was a Public Party candidate for Mayor of Indianapolis in 2011.[3]


Harris ran as a Public Party candidate for the U.S. Senate in 2010.[3]

Campaign donors

Harris did not submit a quarterly campaign finance report by the April 16, 2012 campaign filing deadline.[4] He did, however, submit a biography to Ballotpedia that noted he has "had Millions of donors donating prayers, enchantments and passion," but lamented that he has not met most of his donors.[3]

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